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Islamic Jihad Publishes Illustrated Guide to the Israel Defense Forces

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The Al Quds Brigades' Guide Book to the IDF. Photo: Screenshot / Palestine Today.

The Al Quds Brigades' Guide Book to the IDF. Photo: Screenshot / Palestine Today.

The Al Quds Brigades, part of terror organization Islamic Jihad, recently published an illustrated training guide book on the Israel Defense Forces, according to local daily Palestine Today.

The book describes the IDF’s infantry, navy and air forces, provides details such as the significance of IDF uniform insignia and aims to explain IDF military strategy.

In the introduction, the guide’s authors write that knowledge of the enemy’s power and potential are the keys to victory, according to Palestine Today, adding that knowing the enemy’s capabilities can lead to “a hundred battles without danger.”

The book was dedicated to “those who perished in the battlefields in defense of the freedom of the nation and human dignity.”

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The report was flagged by blogger Elder of Ziyon, who wrote: “As far as I can tell, there are no secrets in the book. But I would be surprised if it wasn’t directed and bankrolled by Iran.”

Last week, the blogger flagged a report by Ali Nourizadeh, Director of the Center for Iranian Studies, in London, that terror group Hamas has received more than $2 billion from Iran, while rival Islamic Jihad receives between $100-$150 million annually.

Nourizadeh said Hamas receives the aid through various channels, either in cash, when Hamas leaders visit Tehran, or through Lebanon’s Hezbollah, and the $2 billion figure is the total received since Hamas’s inception. Islamic Jihad receives its money via Hezbollah or through banks in Beirut or Malta, Nourizadeh’s report said.

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